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Impress friends and colleagues with your command of the English language by using "affect" and "effect" in the proper context.
Step 1: Use affect
Use the word "affect" when describing having an influence on something. An example would be "The freezing weather affected the baseball player's performance."
"Affect" is usually used as a verb and "effect" is usually used as a noun. Both words can be used either way, though.
Step 2: Use affect as a noun
Use "affect" as a noun when talking about someone's mood. For example, "The girl fell off her bike but showed little affect."
Step 3: Use effect
Use "effect" to explain a result of something. For example, "Too much sun exposure has an effect upon the skin."
Step 4: Use effect as a verb
Use "effect" to bring about or accomplish something. For example, "Tyler wished he could effect change in his sister."
Did You Know?
Homonyms are words that share the same sound or spelling but have different meanings, such as pear, pair, and pare.
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